An apprenticeship is a great way to start your career, it allows you to learn on-the-job, study for a qualification, and get paid all at the same time. As an apprentice you will receive a contract of employment with all the benefits included. By the end of the apprenticeship, you’ll have gained the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in your chosen career.

Looking to kick-start your career? Look no further than a Redrow Apprenticeship.

Decorating apprentice


Trade apprentices

As a trade apprentice, you will join the next generation of house builders, fulfil your passion and start gaining the skills needed to build our incredible communities.

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Technical & Commercial apprentices

Our design and technical teams are involved in every stage of the house building process, from initial feasibility studies on a piece of land, to the delivery of our final layouts.

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Application process


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Shortlisting & invites to interviews  


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  • "I wanted to choose a path outside of the ‘norm’ for women – breaking down the barriers and helping women to succeed in a male dominant industry drives me. I like to be very hands on and active, and I wanted to learn a new trade that will benefit me throughout my life. I explored all the different apprenticeships Redrow had to offer and I’m so glad I did – I have loved it from the moment I started, and the resources and support I receive are excellent. It’s a great opportunity to further yourself and set you in good stead to start a career and work your way up"

    Tashai Simms
    Carpentry apprentice
  • "You can get yourself into a lot of debt at university and come out with a piece of paper, rather than the experience of an apprenticeship. It’s not just the experience you get from the industry but the life skills you learn. You learn to be confident, how to work in a team as well as starting up savings and pension schemes which are all useful life tools. There is definitely a stigma around the construction industry, from first glance people think it’s just trades. However, people don’t know there are a lot of different pathways, from customer service, to technical and sales.”

    Elliott Austin
    Trainee Civil Engineer and former apprentice

The Nine to Five' with Stacey Dooley

Aimed at school-age teenagers, The Nine to Five follows presenter Stacey Dooley as she takes a group of 15-18-year-olds into different industries that are hungry for young recruits, for the ultimate hands-on work experience, including on site at our Ebbsfleet development.

School-age teenagers with Stacey Dooley

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